In case you wonder how to use command line utils like ifconfig or netstat in you IOS devices (iPhone), install these package below via Cydia:
adv-cmds - finger, fingerd, last, lsvfs, md, ps
diskdev-cmds - mount, quota, fsck, fstyp, fdisk, tunefs
network-cmds - arp, ifconfig, netstat, route, traceroute
shell-cmds - killall, mktemp, renice, time, which
file-cmds - chflags, compress, ipcrm, ipcs, pax
system-cmds - iostat, login, passwd, sync, sysctl
basic-cmds - msg, uudecode, uuencode, write
Maybe you have heard about the new iOS 7.x jailbreak that has been released to public recently. Some people maybe are getting an error on their Mac OS X saying that: “evasi0n 7” can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer
evasion 7 problem
Well, that’s pretty bad. But, we have the solution! 🙂
You can fix the error by navigating to System Preferences. Then go to Security and Privacy. On tab General, check on Anywhere from the “Allow apps downloaded from”.
Please ensure that you click on the lock symbol below before making any changes so that you’re allow to do the changes. You’re required to enter your password to allow changes.
Hi all, I guess most of you have seen the new IOS 7 that recently released at WWDC 2013.
So today, for Malaysian people who can’t wait to test the new IOS 7, you can download it over here.
But please bear in mind that this is only works for iPhone 5. And I installed it on my iPhone that I bought in Malaysia.
Here’s the link:
iPhone 5 IOS 7 download link
Step to install IOS 7
1. Download the IOS 7 from the link above.
2. Plug in you iPhone with USB cable to computer.
3. Open you iTunes & click at iPhone button on your top right
4. Then hold option key (Mac) / shift (Windows) at Check for Update button
* Remember, click at Check for Update not Restore iPhone. Or else, you’re doomed!
5. Then just wait for it to finish.